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Reconciliation: supporting the cause beyond National Reconciliation Week

By Bella Dimitropoulos | Posted 10/06/22

While National Reconciliation Week is an ideal time for businesses to learn about and engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues, it is important to show continued support throughout the year.

10 ways your business can support the Uluru Statement from the Heart

By Bella Dimitropoulos | Posted 08/06/22

Wanting to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart but not sure how? We’ve created a list of 10 ways that you and your business can learn, engage and take tangible action toward a more equitable Australia.

The Foundation holds 2022 Supporter Briefing

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 08/06/22

On 8th June 2022, The Fred Hollows Foundation hosted a virtual supporter briefing. If you weren’t able to join the live event (or you would like to see it again), you can watch a recording here.

Why is my vision blurry?

By Dr May Ho | Posted 26/05/22

If you have blurry, blurred, cloudy or hazy vision, then you will not be able to see things clearly or in detail. It's oportant to understand the cause of your blurry vision.

10 of the best songs about eyes and seeing

By Matthew Perkins | Posted 20/05/22

We've pulled together a playlist of 10 great tunes for sight-restoring AND foot-tapping. See and hear what they are...

Eye health project aided by telehealth and artificial intelligence wins WHO Innovation Challenge

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 19/05/22

A project that explores the use of telehealth and artificial intelligence to improve access to eye care services in rural Vietnam is one of the winners of the World Health Organization (WHO) Western Pacific Innovation Challenge.

Why is Fred Hollows buried out the back of Bourke?

By Matthew Perkins | Posted 20/04/22

Fred Hollows is famous all around the world for his sight-restoring work, but we often get asked questions about lesser-known parts of his work and his life. One of those questions is: where is Fred Hollows buried, and why is he buried there? Here are the answers.

Caring for your ageing parents' eyes

By Dr Lila Raj Puri | Posted 15/02/22

As people get older, the strength or acuity of their senses tends to diminish with time. They may become more susceptible to diseases, including those affecting the eye. If you are concerned about your parents' eyes, here are a few things to consider in relation to their vision.

Meet an inspirational fundraiser: Mike Toner from Thick as Thieves

By Ollie Nolan & Renee Moussa | Posted 01/02/22

Interested in getting involved in fundraising? Meet an inspirational fundraiser, Mike Toner, and learn why and how he raises money for worthy causes.

How to host a food fundraiser event

By Renee Moussa | Posted 26/01/22

A lot of successful fundraising ideas are the ones involving food – Cadbury fundraisers, bake sales, BBQ fundraisers, and black tie dinners to name a few. So if you’re thinking of hosting your own event to raise money and awareness for a worthy cause, why not make it a food fundraiser?

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